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Full text of "The manufacture and properties of iron and steel"

INFLUENCE OF CERTAIN ELEMENTS ON STEEL.
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TABLE XVII-S. Classification of Acid Heats According to Content of Sulphur.
NOTE.In the last column a value of 1000 pounds is given to 0.01 per cent, of both carbon and phosphorus; the figure for manganese is taken from. Table XVII-R.
	&	Chemical composition ; per cent.				Ultimate strength ; pounds per sq. in.	
Limits of carbon ; per cent.	nber of he*	 f>	o 1 to	CD w 0	t* I	Actual records.	After deducting for carbon, phosphorus,
	y	*	%	o3	1		and man-
	X.	0	fc	%	OQ		ganese.
	58	0.1601	0.0519	0.425	0.0474	61689	40169
0.075 to 0.224	68 fil	0.1457 0.1551	0.0546 0.0581	0.444 0.448	0.0547 0.0602	61097 62376	40561 40486
	52	0.1474	0.0621	0.444	0.0703	62195	40717
	44-	0.3345	0.0401	0.518	0.0431	80478	39903
0.225 to 0.374	37 60	0.3288 0.3256	0.0470 0.0499	0.527 0.533	0.0495 0.0544	80798 80670	39865 39609
	51	0.3203	0.0532	0,535	0.0612	80582	39776
	63	0.4356	0.0330	0.514	0.0389	90689	39816
0.375 to 0.524	45 fH	0,4419 0.4378	0.0367 0.0392	0.511 0.515	0.0454 0.0500	92041 90988	40274 39240
	59	0.4290	0.0449	0.536	0.0579	91726	39658
FIG. XVII-D.
EFFECT OF SULPHUR ON ACID STEEL.
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EFFECT Of SULPHift OM ACJD ^T.L
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